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Autumn Statement 2016: Private Client Announcements
On 23 November 2016 the new Chancellor, Philip Hammond, delivered his first (and what he announced would be his last) Autumn Statement.
UK
29 Nov 2016
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Property Taxes Are Killing The Golden Goose
The property industry has just been warned by Communities Secretary Sajid Javid to "keep an eye out" for changes to real estate taxation in this year's Autumn Statement.
UK
4 Nov 2016
3
Planning Ahead: Why Adopting A CIL Strategy And Checking CIL Liability Is Wise
A useful High Court judgement regarding the calculation of Community Infrastructure Levy ("CIL") was recently given in the case of Orbital Shopping Park Swindon Ltd, R (on the application of) v Swindon Borough Council & Anor [2016].
UK
29 Apr 2016
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Budget 2016: Main Points For Private Clients
The Chancellor's Budget on 16 March 2016 contained positive news for private clients, with reductions to the capital gains tax ("CGT") rates, extension of CGT entrepreneurs' relief, and the introduction of a lifetime ISA.
UK
29 Mar 2016
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Higher SDLT Rates For Second Homes
During last year's Autumn Statement the Chancellor announced that SDLT rates would increase in relation to the purchase of additional residential properties.
UK
4 Feb 2016
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Crackdown On Mortgage Interest Tax Relief For Landlords
The Chancellor's recent announcement in the Autumn Statement regarding a rise in the amount of SDLT payable by landlords and second home owners has received much attention in the media.
UK
18 Dec 2015
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Autumn Statement 2015: Key Announcements For Private Clients
The Chancellor, George Osborne, delivered his Autumn Statement and Spending Review to the House of Commons on Wednesday 25 November.
UK
1 Dec 2015
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Separate Floors: Overrated?
Further to the article "Who uses the stairs anyway?" in the Summer edition of QIA, the Supreme Court have now issued their judgement in relation to the Woolway v Mazars case.
UK
29 Oct 2015
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When Two Does Not Become One
The recent Supreme Court decision in Woolway (VO) v Mazars LLP is likely to increase the business rates burden for occupiers of premises on multiple floors of a building or in adjoining units.
UK
28 Oct 2015
10
Who Uses The Stairs Anyway?
Business rates are a significant overhead for many businesses, so it is not surprising that many companies appeal their rates liability.
UK
27 Jul 2015
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The Bank Of Mum And Dad: How To Approach Buying Property For Your Children
As property prices continue to rise in the UK - particularly in London - it has become increasingly common for parents to assist their adult children with buying a first property.
UK
23 Dec 2014
12
Autumn Statement 2014: Key Points For Private Clients
Chancellor George Osborne delivered his Autumn Statement speech. The key points to note for private clients include the Coalition's answer to a Mansion Tax, namely a reform of SDLT.
UK
15 Dec 2014
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Budget 2014: Key Points For Private Clients
Chancellor George Osborne delivered his Budget speech to Parliament on 19 March 2014.
UK
26 Mar 2014
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Taxation Of High Value UK Residential Property
The publication on 11 December of draft Finance Bill 2013 provisions has been hotly anticipated by all those looking for clarification on the proposed new taxation of high value UK residential property.
UK
20 Dec 2012
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UK Residential Property And 2012 Budget Update
If, as expected, the 2012 Budget proposals regarding "de-enveloping" residential property in the UK go ahead then investing in UK residential property worth more than £2m will become something of a tax minefield both for the current and future investor.
UK
22 Aug 2012
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Finance Bill 2012: Key Announcements For Private Clients
On 6 December 2012, the Treasury published draft legislation for Finance Bill 2012.
UK
18 Jan 2012
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